Carson Wentz Throws 3 TD Passes, Eagles Beat Panthers 28-23

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Carson Wentz threw for 222 yards and three touchdowns to help the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Carolina Panthers 28-23 on Thursday night to improve to an NFC-best 5-1. The Eagles turned two interceptions deep in Carolina territory into 15 points, with touchdown passes to Zach Ertz

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Instant analysis: Concerned about Luke Kuechly, and Mike Shula's playcalling

Instant analysis from the Carolina Panthers’ 28-23 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. 1. Concern for Kuechly. The game was close and went down to the last few minutes of the fourth quarter. No matter. All the game action felt secondary compared to the status of Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly, who

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Carson Wentz tosses three TDs, Cam Newton three INTs as Eagles earn 28-23 victory

Carson Wentz completed 16 of 30 passes for 222 yards and three touchdowns as the Philadelphia Eagles earned a 28-23 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Thursday night. Cam Newton and the Panthers had two separate drives in the closing minutes to get a go-ahead touchdown only to have an interception

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If Panthers, Patriots players protest Sunday, will you get to see them live?

While it’s uncertain if Carolina Panthers players plan protests during the national anthem during Sunday’s game at New England, there is a chance that television viewers won’t get to see them as they happen. Eric Shanks, the president of Fox Sports, told Newsday’s Neil Best earlier this

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One good reason Christian McCaffrey might get his 1st NFL TD Sunday: the Pats defense

Carolina Panthers rookie running back Christian McCaffrey has almost scored a regular-season touchdown. Almost. That he didn’t was no fault of his own. On the play, during Carolina’s 9-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills in Week 2, McCaffrey slipped into the right flat and darted to the pylon. A

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Panthers' Captain Munnerlyn on players meeting with team owner

Following President Donald Trump’s remarks last week, NFL players have shown unity by kneeling, wrapping arms and staying off the field during the playing of the National Anthem but what do fans think? On Tuesday, Panthers fans lined up to meet tight end Greg Olsen and while waiting the question

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Presser Points: Belichick – Panthers 'a really impressive team'

Wednesday is official turn-the-page day in the NFL and Bill Belichick did exactly that in his press conference. The Carolina Panthers come to town Sunday and bring a struggling offense led by Cam Newton, who appears to be having a difficult time dealing with life as a pocket passer rather than running

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Carolina secondary ready to test its mettle against Saints

CHARLOTTE – The Panthers are No. 1 in total defense and have allowed just six points through two weeks, but there are skeptics. There are those who look at the offenses Carolina has faced – San Francisco and Buffalo – and brush aside their defensive dominance. But quarterback Drew Brees, head coach Sean

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Panthers coach Ron Rivera: QB Cam Newton on track to start against Jaguars

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton is inching closer to his first game action of the preseason. Newton participated for the entirety of the Panthers’ practice for the second day in a row Tuesday and is on track to play Thursday night in the third exhibition at Jacksonville, according to coach Ron Rivera

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Greatness, incognito? These Panthers have a real chance to sneak up on the NFL

The Carolina Panthers – a team that certainly could use some good news – got several small doses of it Tuesday as they reported to training camp. The news wasn’t controversial. It wasn’t headline-making. It was just the sort of under-the-radar, team-building stuff that translates into wins in

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Panthers release tackle Michael Oher amid concussion struggles

The Carolina Panthers have released veteran offensive tackle Michael Oher. The team announced the move Thursday afternoon, noting that the 31-year-old Oher had failed a physical. Oher played three games last season before a concussion landed him on the inactive list for seven games. He was then placed

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McCaffrey-Stewart-Samuel running back trio a nightmare for opposing defenses

With just a few days left until the Carolina Panthers head to Spartanburg for training camp (and a recent flurry of front-office activity), the largest questions left looming around the team are about the offense. The task of Carolina’s running backs, in particular, is a tall one. The group – led

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Thomas Davis: “Unfair” to say my contract talks led to Gettleman firing

When the Panthers made the unexpected announcement that General Manager Dave Gettleman had been fired on Monday, many people pointed to ongoing contract situations with a pair of current veterans as part of the reason why the Panthers chose to make a change. Linebacker Thomas Davis is one of those players

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Was the signing of $55.5 million OT Matt Kalil a gamble for Carolina Panthers?

While Christian McCaffrey and Curtis Samuel are the shiny new faces of the Carolina Panthers’ offensive evolution, the offensive tackle group underwent a pretty serious makeover, too. Left tackle Matt Kalil arrived with a five-year, $55.5 million contract, the most lucrative deal the Panthers have

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Panthers come up with a fresh way to tweet in the summertime

It’s summertime in the NFL, meaning there’s time to sit back and unwind, and the Panthers’ social media team found something to do with all the free time on its hands. On Twitter this morning, @Panthers wrote, “Now go back and read the first word of our tweets from the last three days.” And what…

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Greg Olsen: NFL rule keeping Christian McCaffrey out “backwards”

Panthers tight end Greg Olsen wishes he could get to work with his new teammate Christian McCaffrey. Instead, the NFL’s rules prevent McCaffrey from doing any work because his school, Stanford, is still in session. McCaffrey isn’t even enrolled in school this semester, but that doesn’t matter: The NFL

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